Foot Strike
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1w ago
  My name is Coach Skip, and you’re going to learn about a “balanced” Stride. An Out-of-Balance Foot Strike At the end of your Stride, your Throwing Arm reacts to your Body’s position. When your Foot Strike position is out of balance, your release is spotty at best. Balanced Foot Strikes Land your Stride with your Foot Strike in balance and your Throwing Action reacts a lot differently. Your ball ends up in the target with uncanny regularity. How To Accomplish This? Want to end your Stride in balance? The Pro Pitching Institute teaches you to manage your Stride, or your instruction is fr ..read more
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Front Knee Position
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2w ago
  My name is Coach Skip, and you’re going to learn about a “balanced” Front Knee position. Poor Back Knee During your Front Leg Lift, your Front Knee going behind your Front Hip prevents your Lower Body from commanding your pitch. You never know where your ball ends up. The Back Knee You Want However, your Front Knee staying in front of your Front Hip allows your Lower Body to command your pitch. Your ball goes into your target with uncanny regularity. How To Accomplish This? Want to know more about your Front Knee location? The Pro Pitching Institute teaches you to manage your Front Kne ..read more
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Initial Footwork
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3w ago
 My name is Coach Skip, and you’re going to learn about a “balanced” starting position.Poor Footwork When your Front Foot positions itself TO THE HOME PLATE SIDE your Front Knee, your Throwing Arm gets involved with your balance. You lose your Lower Body, and you lose your command. The Footwork You Want However, when your Front Foot begins TO THE SECOND BASE SIDE your Front Knee, your Glove Arm naturally activates your Lower Body, and your ball goes into your target with uncanny regularity. How To Accomplish This? Want to know more about your Footwork? The Pro Pitching Institute teaches ..read more
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Shoulder Alignment
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1M ago
  My name is Coach Skip, and you’re about to learn “balance” in pitching. Bad Alignment Out-of-line Shoulders naturally take your motion out of balance and your Throwing Arm compensates for your imbalance. Great Alignment As you move into your release, your Shoulders being in line your target keeps your motion in balance. There’s no conflict and your Throwing Hand naturally sends the ball right to your target with uncanny regularity. How To Accomplish This? Want to know more about your Shoulders? The Pro Pitching Institute teaches you to manage your Shoulders, or your instruction is free ..read more
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One Motion
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1M ago
  My name is Coach Skip, and you’re about to learn “balance” in pitching. Bad Command When you place all your weight over your Back Foot, your Foot Strike initiates your Throwing Action. Your Throwing Arm produces your location, and your command gets spotty. Great Command However, when you place your weight in front of your Back Foot and with the correct Glove Arm action, your Lower Body gets involved. Throwing Action reacts to your Stride, and your ball ends up in the target with uncanny regularity. How To Accomplish This? Want to know more about your weight distribution? The Pro Pitchi ..read more
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Foot Positions
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1M ago
 My name is Coach Skip, and you’re about to learn “balance” in pitching.Bad Placement The more distance between your Feet, the greater chance you naturally create an imbalance. An imbalance causes your Throwing Arm guides your pitch. Good Placement An ideal Front Foot distance is one baseball width away from your Back Foot. Combines this with an ideal Front Foot Lift and the ball goes to your target with uncanny regularity. How To Accomplish This? Want to know more about your foot placements? The Pro Pitching Institute’s Self-Coaching Plan teaches you to manage your Feet, or your instru ..read more
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Head Position
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2M ago
  Head Position I’m Coach Skip and I teach a natural pitching processbuilt to deliver a much larger portion of your pitches directly to your intended target. Head In Front of Back Foot As seen in this video, your Head positioned in front of the Back Foot lets you fall into your Stride and the Throwing Arm reacts. Your ball takes an unpredictable path and produces inconsistent command. Head Over Back Foot Your Head beginning over your Back Foot promotes command. Your weight distribution lets your Glove Hand promote your Lower Body and the ball hits your target with uncanny regularity. How ..read more
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Weight Distribution
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2M ago
 I’m Coach Skip and I teach a natural pitching processbuilt to deliver a much larger portion of your pitches directly to your intended target.Weight In Front of Your Body Your misses are caused by your weight distribution. Your weight going in front of your Body causes your Throwing Arm to compensate for your weight shift, then find your target. Weight In Front of Your Back Leg You want your Throwing Arm to be free to deliver the ball to your target. When you center your weight between your Feet, your ball will hit your target with uncanny regularity. How To Accomplish This? Want to kno ..read more
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2M ago
Glove Hand Movement I’m Coach Skip and I’ll teach you a pitching processto deliver a much larger portion of your pitches directly to your intended target. Your Stride Hurts Your Location When you actively Stride, you use your Upper Body for balance. Once your Upper Body is in line with your Lower Body, you deliver the ball. Your Upper and Lower Body activity expands your target area. Your Glove Hand Produces Location What you want is your Body to respond to your Glove Hand. Your Body remains vertical, and your Glove Hand movement gets the ball directly to your target. How To Accomplish This ..read more
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Front Leg Action
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3M ago
  I’m Coach Skip and I’ll teach you how to deliver a much larger portion of your pitches directly to your intended target.Your Front Leg Promotes Your Throwing Action Begin with your weight in front of your Back Foot, your Body waits to be in balance. You complete your Stride, and you throw the ball, but your pitch location suffers. Your Body’s Balance Initiates Your Throwing Action. Start with your weight just in front of your Back Foot, you merely lift your Front Leg, and your Throwing Action becomes part of your motion. Your pitch location happens automatically, and the ball goes whe ..read more
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